South Wales At War

A comprehensive exploration of the impact of Luftwaffe air raids on Wales during World War II, shedding light on the devastating consequences, with a focus on the south of the country and notable incidents in Cardiff and Llandaff Cathedral.

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During the Second World War, Luftwaffe air raids on Wales killed 984 people and left over 1,200 seriously injured. Over 90% of these casualties were in the south of the country. The reality of war came home to Wales when the first bombs fell on Cardiff in June 1940, and the following January a severe Luftwaffe attack set a number of buildings on fire and seriously damaged the historic Llandaff Cathedral. ( 1 DVD )